Hiss hiss, developers! What programming languages did we fall in love with in 2018? TIOBE knows the score – Python is their programming language of 2018! This language has revitalized itself into a massive part of the modern internet ecosystem.
The weather outside is frightful, but there’s a functional, tropical escape for developers: Coconut! This simple and elegant programming language compiles smoothly to Python for easy and powerful developing. Sit back, relax, and have a piña colada while your code compiles smoothly to Python.
Happy New Year everyone! We wish you a productive and fulfilling 2019! But before we start our engines and go full speed ahead, let’s take a step back and have a look at the most clicked news for 2018. From Angular v6 to our Java 10 interview series, 2018 has definitely been a busy year!
Gradient-free optimization used to rely on custom implementation. But now, Facebook has just open sourced its Python3 toolkit for derivative-free optimization for improving machine learning parameters and hyperparameters. Optimize your models faster than ever with these tested algorithms!
Looking for a tool that can help you build the prettiest ML models this side of the Sistine Chapel? Take inspiration from Uber’s latest ML platform, Michelangelo PyML, which offers rapid deployment at scale for developers with a flexibility and power that would put David to shame.
Are you spending too much time creating complicated charts? Keep it simple. Spotify’s latest creation is a Python library that helps you create charts the clean and easy way. Make your data visualization a breeze.
Finding your “forever” programming language: Is it still possible in today’s rapidly changing technology landscape?
Developers are expected to evolve alongside the rapidly changing technology landscape. So the secret to becoming a better engineer lies in the ability to keep yourself abreast of the latest updates in technologies and languages. We talked to Sauce Labs’ Pamela Prosperi about the languages she uses, her “forever” language and more.
If you didn’t feel like getting out of bed, as the weather has been getting colder over the last month, fear not! We’ve got you covered! Here are the most clicked news of October, along with some honorable mentions.
Have you moved on to reinforcement learning for ML? This new approach to machine learning is now supported by Horizon, an end-to-end platform that has just been open-sourced by Facebook. Let’s broaden our horizons and see what Horizon has to offer!
Do you take part in algorithm competitions such as Code Jam? Maybe you are just interested in the visualization of algorithms? Algojammer is an experimental code editor and debugger for writing algorithms in Python. The project is currently unfinished, but perhaps you can help contribute!
The time has come for another Currents report! The fifth edition of the Currents Report on Developer Trends in the Cloud is here and in order to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the open source movement, it is focused solely on the open source ecosystem. Here, we take a closer look at some of the most interesting highlights.
Are you learning Python? Whether you are taking a course or learning on your own, Thonny is an IDE for beginners that comes built-in with some tools to make your lessons easier. They should know, it was developed by a University!
It’s time to take another pick at what’s going on in the developer world! The 15th edition of the Developer Economics: State of the Developer Nation report has been released and it has some interesting insights into current developer trends.